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U.S. stocks are climbing Thursday morning as technology companies, banks and industrial companies rally.
Bitcoin and all other major cryptocurrencies are soaring on Thursday. Why?
A judge with an audacious plan to settle hundreds of lawsuits filed by government entities over the opioid crisis has changed course slightly.
Bellicum Pharmaceuticals' lead product candidate is back on track. Should investors buy this news?
The Latest on France's train, plane and labor strikes (all times local): 3:10 p.m. French President Emmanuel Macron insists he will push ahead with railway labor reforms and other divisive plans, despite crippling strikes and fears that he is dismantling France's hard-won worker protections.
Other data on Thursday showed import prices were unexpectedly flat in March as a drop in the cost of petroleum products was offset by increases in the prices of food and a range of other goods.
The oil and gas services company is well-positioned to capitalize on growing North American energy production.
After a record-breaking quarter, can Netflix continue its streak?
The Latest on the World Trade Organization and the tensions over global trade (all times local): 2:40 p.m.
Facebook's issues may dominate headlines, but Twitter's issues strike at the heart of its value proposition.
WTO chief says he understands Trump's aim to support US jobs, but warns of 'domino effect' of tough tack on China
WTO chief says he understands Trump's aim to support US jobs, but warns of 'domino effect' of tough tack on China.
The New York City Council has passed 11 bills designed to strengthen workplace sexual harassment protections.
Top officials at the European Central Bank were concerned about a strengthening euro and the possibility of a global trade war as they decided to go slow in removing economic stimulus.
An adviser to the European Union's top court says a ban should be kept on tobacco for oral use after smokeless tobacco maker Swedish Match had attempted to overturn it.
Delta Air Lines Inc. on Thursday reported a first-quarter net income of $547 million.
Netflix made a change so top executives receive their bonuses, but did they break the law?
Rite Aid Corp. on Thursday reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $767.1 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier.
Most Asian shares sank Thursday as investors digested the latest Fed minutes while geopolitical concerns overshadowed sentiment after President Donald Trump struck a defiant tone on the Middle East conflict.
Shares of the frac sand leader are down 12% year to date.
Global markets have been under pressure since February and investors have moved between asset classes, adding to volatility amid fears of an overheating economy and a potential trade war.